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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • South Carolina Fugitive apprehended after two county chase
  • Former Hobson City Chief Indicted
  • Jacksonville man arrested for burglaries
  • Southside man charged in child porn ring


South Carolina Fugitive apprehended after two county chase 

A South Carolina fugitive led police in Calhoun and Talladega counties on a high speed chase Tuesday night. Oxford Police arrested Joseph 27 year old Ray Anthony,  of Greenville, S.C. charging  him with receiving stolen property. He also faces a laundry list of traffic charges after leading police on the high speed chase thru the two counties. The chase began when an Anniston Police officer on patrol spotted a white 1992 four-door Cadillac stopped on the railroad tracks on 4th Street. When a woman got out of the car and started walking up the tracks, the officer cut his lights on to investigate. The Cadillac sped away, leading police up Noble Street, out Greenbrier and south on Alabama 21.  Police say the Cadillac went through the intersection of U.S. 78 and Alabama 21 at between 90 and 100 miles per hour.  Just south of I-20, Officers gave up the chase, saying it was too dangerous to other drivers.   Talladega County Sheriff’s Deputies caught up with the Cadillac near Munford, ran the license plate, and learned the car was reported stolen out of South Carolina. The deputies pursued the car out to Speedway Boulevard and then back to I-20 East, where Alabama State Troopers took over. Oxford police picked up the pursuit at the county line, with help from State troopers.   After about five more miles, the car overturned and landed on its roof. Anthony crawled out the window and fled on foot. Oxford police chased him into the woods and took him into custody near Oxford Exchange around 10 p.m. Tuesday night.  Oxford police say Anthony is wanted in South Carolina for larceny, resisting arrest and assault on a police officer.  


Former Hobson City Chief Indicted 

Former Hobson City Police Chief Daryl Parker faced indictment in federal court in Birmingham Tuesday. According to a spokesperson for U.S. Attorney Alice H. Martin’s office, Parker has been charged with selling firearms to a person he knew was a convicted felon and extorting cash from another person under color of official right.

In the indictment proceedings, a federal grand jury found that there was enough evidence in the case for it to continue to trial. Parker appeared in federal court Oct. 23 and was released on a $5,000 bond. A three-count indictment was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Birmingham. The charges are based on undercover firearm buys made by cooperative felons on Sept. 19 and 20, allegedly while Parker was on duty in his police car. A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s office said the extortion charge stemmed from the same incident, but would not give any more details about the charge. The maximum sentence for selling firearms to convicted felons is 10 years in prison or a $250,000 fine or both on each count. The maximum sentence for extortion is imprisonment of up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine, or both.  Parker will next appear in federal court in Birmingham Nov. 14 for arraignment. Parker, who was appointed chief in 1999 by former mayor Willie Maude Snow, was investigated for ethics violations in August 2004, but the inquiry was closed in August 2005 for lack of evidence. A complainant alleged on that occasion that Parker had directed him to a body shop owned by Parker after the man had a wreck in the town. Parker, also was investigated the same year for improperly using a town-owned cell phone, but that case also was closed. Parker formerly spent nine years as an officer, assistant chief and acting chief of the Lincoln Police Department. 


Jacksonville man arrested for burglaries 

A Jacksonville man has been charged with a rash of burglaries in the Jacksonville area.  Calhoun County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested 21 year old Derrick Snider of Jacksonville on a probation violation charge.  Investigators said that charges in connection with seven burglaries, two thefts and breaking an entering a vehicle are pending against Snider. Snider was being held in the Calhoun County Jail without bond Tuesday.  


Southside man charged in child porn ring 

Federal investigators have arrested A Southside man with a child pornography ring in California, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Alice Martin.  57 year old Franklin Wayne Drummonds,  is charged with one count of possession of pornographic images depicting young children.  A second count in the indictment seeks criminal forfeiture.  Special agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement were led to Drummonds after an investigation that began in California showed Drummonds was one of several people tied to a target being investigated in California for distribution of child pornography.  A search of Drummonds' computer revealed that he was in possession of several pornographic images depicting minors engaging in various sexual acts.  If convicted, Drummonds faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. He faces fines of $250,000 on each count charged.

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